Festive December Updates from COOLEY Show
2018 is almost ending and December is one of my most favorite times of the year. If you missed any of my social media posts here are my favorites.
It was a great night at the Vancouver Rotary Foundation Community Tree Lighting
It’s on folks ! Let’s make it a super holiday season! Jingle Bell Rock. #cooleyshow #musicmonday #christmas #mondaymorning #musician#mondaymood #music #singer #song #musiclover #musical #musicvideo#musiclife #musicislife #musically #pnw #holidayseasonsong
"You can sing along as loud as you want, as much as you want,” COOLEY said. “If you sing out of tune, I don’t mind, just have fun.” The Columbian, 11-24-18
From a couple of Decembers ago… my sis and I at a very cold Sat. Portland Farmers Market in Downtown Portland. Time to make another trip to the market for holiday gifts and to support our local artists and entrepreneurs.
Please join us for an evening of music, art and culinary delight at "First Friday Downtown" in beautiful Vancouver WA at Aurora Gallery put on by Vancouver's Downtown Association #cooleyshow #fridaynight #pnw #fridayfeeling #fridayfun #musician #music#singer #musiclover #artist #livemusic #musiclife #musicislife
With Charlotte after "A Swingin’ COOLEY Holiday" concert at the The Ackerly at Timberland Leisure Care. She is one festive gal! (year 'round)
Old Apple Tree, Vancouver WA "... It all started at a party in London ... A lady at a farewell dinner party for Lieut. Emilius Simpson, the cousin of Hudson's Bay governor Sir George Simpson, playfully put the seeds of her desert apple into his waistcoat pocket. She asked him to plant them when he arrived at his destination on the other side of the world. Emilius Simpson arrived in Vancouver in November of 1826 and was soon invited to dine with Dr. McLoughlin in the stockade on the present Deaf School site. During the evening he absentmindedly stuck a finger into his waistcoat and discovered the seeds. Dr. McLoughlin, Simpson and Pierre C. Pambrun planted the apple seeds in small boxes which were put under glass. Dr. McLoughlin kept the boxes in the store where they could not be touched. The apple tree was planted outside the fort when he felt it could survive. Around 1830, Washington's first apple harvest occurred. It was here in Vancouver Parks and Recreation, and produced one apple. (from www.columbian.com)
Born on this day, 1915 — Happy Birthday to the Chairman of the Board! "You only go around once, but if you play your cards right, once is enough." Frank Sinatra
Come to the LaScala Food Hall Wed. night for A Swingin’ COOLEY Holiday — bring your song requests and voices and we’ll celebrate the season. Check out all the food and drink options at www.lascalafoodhall.com Happy Holidays ! Wednesday December 19th 6-9pm It's a Swingin COOLEY Holiday 4725 SW Lombard Ave, Beaverton, OR 503-707-4838
Pat from The Ackerly at Timberland owned by Leisure Care.
She's an avid music lover - check out that smile! }}